Questions These are just some samples of the kinds of question that can be put to your audience, either individual, as groups or anonymously.

All the elements of the question can be sized or coloured to your design, and company logos or backgrounds incorporated.

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A single choice question as a pie chart, ideal for showing the components of a group, or share of a total. 3-6 slices are easy to read, and quickly assimilated by the audience.
A single choice question as a bar chart, with either numbers or percentage for accurate analysis. Upto 8 options can be clearly and quickly seen.
A single value shown as a histogram. Values can be from 0-1,000 or could include decimal places. The average value can also be shown. Using PowerPoint functions, an indicator can also be used to generate reference values
A single vote, using the voting keys on the keypad. Votes can be yes/ no or yes/ ?/ no, depending on the issue being voted upon. A selection of blank votes can also be used to vote on issues raised at any time during a meeting, with a record of voters.

A multistage vote, where each item is voted upon in succession.

A multistage value, where each item is evaluated in turn, an ideal way to deal with complex topics. The item being decided is highlighted for easy viewing

A multistage value where the individual components are displayed, for even more detailed analysis.

A multiple choice question, where up to 4 choices can be selected. For greater accuracy, choices can be weighted.
A multiple choice question, where up to 4 choices can be selected. Here, the choices are combined for ease of understanding.
Two questions on the same screen can be used to highlight diffrences bewteen 2 sub-groups, or between the live question, and data from a previous event.
Four questions on the same screen can be used to highlight diffrences bewteen 4 sub-groups, or between the live question, and data from a previous event.
To make it easier to read, the active question "pops-up" to cover the screen.
To evaluate the impact of a presentation, or event, questions can be asked at the beginning of an event, and again at the end, and the answers compared.
The same question at the end of the event.
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The before and after data is compared directly on screen, and the mderator can comment on the impact of the presentation or event. @
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This elegant x/y chart can be used for complex analyses such as profit/ loss, risk/ benefit, possibility/ probability, in areas such as strategic planning, portfolio management, or mergers and acquisitions.
Other types of question are possible, using audio, video, graphic images, x/ y charts, histograms and detailed sub-group analysis. Please contact im5 with your specific needs.